How can Trusts rely on technology when all it does is slow them down? There might be a better way…
The Covid-19 pandemic put a never-before-seen strain on healthcare providers that they will be recovering from for the foreseeable future. The usual 1M annual users of the NHS avoided the service during the pandemic to prevent further strain on the service, avoid catching the virus or have had their consultations pushed back to accommodate the number of Covid patients that had taken precedent.
Audits no longer need to be gruelling, time-consuming work. Audit Oversight from InPhase shows you how to revolutionise your audits!
The ‘World Hand Hygiene Day’ on social media, running under the slogan ‘Unite for Safety: Clean your Hands’, was applauded by Jules Storr, former president of the Infection Prevention Society, who said, “I love the theme of this year’s campaign – the culture around safety and quality and of course infection prevention and control is everything.”
Introducing Audit Oversight: the newest addition to our Suite of 20 integrated Oversight apps that will transform your Trust in weeks.
Audits are often viewed as time-consuming, box-checking annoyances by the NHS staff who must complete them. As a result of the lengthy processes required to complete audits, audit completion rates are often not where they should be – with a not-unusual 43% completion rate recently recorded at a major trust.
A better way to record, report and learn from incidents to improve patient safety and care.
Incident reporting is vital for healthcare providers to advance learning, improvements, and patient care. However, due to a lengthy, complex reporting process, minor incidents often go unreported, giving an inaccurate overview of adverse events. For more reliable data, better learning, and continuing to work towards delivering better standards of patient care, NHS England strongly encourages reporting of incidents, despite much of it being voluntary.
Exclusive access to the secret behind quick, easy and effective incident management and reporting
Incident reporting for healthcare providers is crucial to advance improvements and aid patient safety. As a result of lengthy, complex incident reporting processes, minor incidents aren’t being reported as often as they should. Although incident reporting is voluntary, NHS England encourages the reporting of events to continue working towards better standards of care for patients by avoiding recreating past mistakes that caused harm and inspiring change to outdated processes.
Breaking news! InPhase has become one of only four official NHS certified suppliers of LFPSE (Learn from Patient Safety Events) incident reporting solutions for all sizes of NHS and independent hospitals and healthcare providers. With NHS Trusts and other healthcare providers being required to migrate to an LFPSE compliant system within the next year, find out what is different about an LFPSE system, why you need to migrate to a supported system and how it is expected to transform patient safety and care.
Clinical audits made simple.
The experts at InPhase go into detail about what a clinical audit is, how it can be made easy and what we can do to help.
- What is a clinical audit?
- How can a clinical audit help your organisation?
- How can a tedious clinical audit become revolutionary?
- How to make revolution easy.
Our 6 ideas to help change minds of audit doubters
“Audits are paper-pushing check box exercises that consume valuable scarce resource pointless administration.”
“We do them because we have to do them.”
Two unsatisfying comments from stretched staff that feel more resource doing the work is more of a priority than resource auditing the work. Many of us in the safety, quality and improvement field have worked tirelessly to overcome these types of concerns and mindsets for longer than we care to admit!